Mitchell College understands working adults need to balance family, career, community, and educational responsibilities. That’s why we offer classes in flexible formats like evenings, online, and hybrid - so you don’t have to compromise that balance.
You may be a working adult, a mother of young children, a veteran, or a career changer: whatever your stage in life or your rationale for taking college courses, consider Mitchell College. We may offer the perfect balance of personal attention and practical experience that you’re seeking in a learning environment. We have a robust course list that, when combined with our legendary excellence in student support services, may be the key to propelling your life and career forward.
Thinking of completing your degree? That’s a good idea since research indicates that college graduates earn significantly more during their working lifetime. Compare $2,765 with $4,563*: That’s the median monthly earnings of the high school graduate vs. the college graduate. The differential, nearly $1,800 a month, translates to more than $21,000 a year and $210,000 over 10 years. That’s why discerning people understand that a college degree is an investment not an expense.
* Source: the bureau of labor statistics http://www.bls.gov/emp/ep_chart_001.htm
Today’s world of work is demanding. You may need a competitive advantage to secure that promotion or help you advance in your field. You can’t go wrong by adding college credits, a certificate, or a degree to your resume.
Career Change or Enrichment
Research shows that lifelong learners are happier and more fulfilled. Even if you’ve enjoyed a rich and prosperous career, a college course is the ideal way to prepare for your next career move.